College of Veterinary Medicine

Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience

Welcome to Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience (IPN)

The primary missions of IPN are to provide outstanding education in the fields of anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and neuroscience, as well as creating a dynamic, creative, and engaging home for a community of scholars interested in advancing biomedical and behavioral sciences.  We have major curricular responsibilities in the professional veterinary curriculum and we are the home department for both the graduate and undergraduate programs in neuroscience.  

Please explore our site and contact us if you have further questions or interests in our mission.

What's New?

IPN Awards

Neuro 590 Spring 2015 Seminar Series:

Neuro 540 Fall 2014 Seminar Series:
Course Syllabus

IPN Faculty Meeting
First Tuesday of every month.
Location: VBR 201.
Time: 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Broadcast to WSU Spokane and WSU Vancouver

Peter A. Zornes Memorial Golf Tournament
2014 Tournament Recap

Graduate Exam - Successful Ph.D. Defenses
Derrick Phillips Ph.D.
Damien Guimond Ph.D.
Yangmiao Zhang Ph.D.

Congratulations to our newest WSU CVM Fellows in the Regional Teaching Academy
Cynthia Faux
Sam Gizerian
Steve Lampa

A WSU Spinout Company - M3Biotechnology
(Researchers - Dr. Joe Harding and Dr. Leen Kawas of IPN)
Has been chosen as one of five companies to be showcased by the Michael J Fox Foundation for their work on neurodegenerative disease therapies.

Dr. Joe Harding & Dr. Leen Kawas
Featured in Science 2034
"By 2034, there will be an effective treatment for diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s."
Read the article here
Congratulations to Neuroscience Alumni

Matt Landowski and Jeff Dabundo and their co-authors for the publication of their manuscript "Nipah Virion Entry Kinetics, Composition, and Conformational Changes Determined by Enzymatic VLPs and New Flow Virometry Tools" in the Journal of Virology!  This project started for both Matt and Jeff as undergraduate research in the lab of Dr. Hector Aguilar-Carreno in the Allen School for Global Animal Health at WSU. 



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